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  1. I find myself more and more shooting Jpeg. I love the film simulations. Astia is one of my favorites. These Fujifilm Jpegs are so good they require little and often no editing.
  2. Hi everyone, I am not new to Fujifilm but today I have got a problem with my X-E2. I carelessly switched my X-E2 into M mode while turning it on, then I tried to change to S or C but it does not work. Still stuck in M mode. Have any one got same problem with me and solve it? Thanks!
  3. Hello Guys, i have a problem with the office's camera, and i hope you can help me to solve the mystery.... We have a fujifilm x-E2 but i can't activate the Auto Focus!! Only in manual...i looked around the web to see how to set it, or if other had my same issue but notting...is a mystery!!! It looks like if that option is blocked. Do you think is possible that my camera is only for manual?!?! hope you can help best camilla
  4. What I'd like to see on a new X-E3 would be the 24 mg sensor, etc that we have on the X-Pro and T2 - and all those simulations, especially the ACROS one. But in addition to that I'd like the in-body, telephoto sensor crop so that I could just have my XF 23 1.4 lens on, and then use the sensor crop to get the equivalent of a 35mm lens (50mm FF). Occasionally I like to take just the camera out with only one lens on it for the afternoon or even day, without having to cart around my kit (ie bag of gear), and just having that versatility would be helpful. I like the flatter size of the X-E series and would like to see it continue.
  5. I notice the new X100F (as well as the X-Pro2 and X-T2) use a battery called the NP-W126S. Will this battery be interchangeable with the NP-W126 used by my X-E2?
  6. Hi folks, just for my own personal indulgence, I threw together this rough composite image of what I 'wish' for in the X-E3, should Fuji ever build one. Just a mock-up for a bit of fun... For those of us that favour a smaller range-finder camera than the X Pro 2, but with the compactness of the X100F, and the facilities of the X-T2, that is where the X-E3 slots in. And the specs, well, here are my selfish desires... 24MP X-Trans Sensor Same battery as X-T2/X Pro 2/X100F Button-layout similar to X100F/X-T2 Focus point joystick / Two control dials ISO combined with Shutter Speed Dial / Q-Menu Button Assignable Weather-resistant High-spec EVF similar to X-T2 Fast Single Shot-to-Shot time <0.2s Better grip, similar to X-T2, maybe a touch slimmer Two memory card slots, although might make the camera too fat! Things I personally don't need, but some people do... Flash Articulating screen Touch screen 4K Video I am sure many people will have differing opinions on this. I have no need to argue with anyone else's wishes, the more the merrier I say! I really only post this to throw some more 'positive-energy' towards Fujifilm in the hope they do produce an X-E3 sometime soon...
  7. RSHPhotography

    Ally

    Shot with Fujifilm X-E2, 18-55mm lens, F3.6 1/60, Astia film simulation
  8. The Yongnuo RF-603 wireless flash trigger looks like a great buy but it doesn't come in a Fuji configuration. Does anyone know if it would work with my Fuji X-E2 to fire off camera my Nissin i40? Would it be the Nikon model or the Canon version that would work with my X-E2? Thanks for the help.
  9. A little long-winded between photo bits but there is useful info there too. The various articles give a working photographer's view of his tools along with some excellent pictures. http://philippowell.uk/
  10. Hello! I am selling my Fuji X-E2 in near mint condition. I just want something smaller; I got the X100T instead. What you see is what you get below. If you don't see it in the picture, it's not included. Minor scuff on one corner; see photo below. Works perfectly and otherwise body and sensor in perfect condition. Camera has been well taken care of. No dirt, never been dropped or soaked. Works perfectly. Asking: $445 + $10 shipping. $455 total.
  11. Rachel shot with a Fujifilm X-E2, 18-55mm lens.
  12. Hi folks, I recently bought this absolutely immaculate Fuji X-E2, from an acquaintance. He was a wedding photographer, but he's got gout, so he's having to give up, that, and his day job. So this was his spare body, and was rarely used. I would sometimes use it, if he called me in to help out, so maybe half a dozen times. Anyway, he's shedding most of his gear, just hanging on to the X-T1 and the 35mm f2. So, I bought the body and the 56mm 1.2 from him. I'm keeping the lens, for my own X-T1 based kit. Therefore the body is surplus to requirements. It comes with all the leads and charger etc, but no box. Derek didn't keep any boxes, but it's been nestled snugly in his camera back since new. It is actually mint, with no signs of use. If you are interested, get in touch, I'll send pictures of it etc. Cheers all, John Williams
  13. Sometimes when reviewing pictures on my X-E2 I get a read error that locks up the camera when you reach the end of the pictures while scrolling through them. It happens more often going back to front. When you upload the pictures to the computer there are no corrupt files. You can switch the camera off and restart it and continue to take pictures. If you then try to review your pictures using the playback feature it may work just fine the next time. Any thoughts?
  14. I was more than somewhat alarmed to read recently on fujirumors.com that Fujifilm has not yet decided whether to build the X-E3. Let me start by stating why, in my opinion, the X-E series is potentially the most perfect embodiment of the compact system camera concept: It is compact – in my view the perfect balance between larger and smaller form-factors. The ‘Goldilocks’ solution. The X-Pro2 is not so compact and only needs to be as big as it is because of its OVF. Smaller cameras, such as the X-A2, are not well balanced for the XF lenses.It is an ILC.The body is a so-called ‘rangefinder’ style. This form-factor is, at least for right-eye dominant users, by far the most comfortable and intuitive camera body ergonomically. Some will buy the SLR style bodied cameras for their own reasons (left-eye users, nostalgia for film SLRs etc.) and that’s fine. Fujifilm has admirably catered for both markets. Please Fuji don’t abandon the rangefinder style at this price point. Arguably it has been the rangefinder style that has been the foundation and real mainstay of success of the X-series cameras. The embodiment of function over fashion perhaps? Though many would argue that rangefinder remains the most fashionable form-factor.I firmly believe at least one reason for the success of the X-T1 and X-T10 has been, not so much the form-factor, but the technical advances offered by these models over the X-Pro1 and X-E series models.The X-E has always, pretty much, featured all the technical specification of the X-Pro1 (or better) in a more compact body, simply by foregoing the option of the OVF. In some ways it has been superior (e.g. better EVF).With recent advances in the quality of the EVF (especially in the X-T1), arguably the OVF will become more and more redundant. Already some X-Pro2 reviewers have commented that the EVF is so good, they use the OVF less and less.It is much more affordable than the X-Pro2.It was suggested in the fujirumors article that the sales success of the X-E2s would determine the future of the X-E3. I think this would be a mistake. I am an avid fan of the X-E series and have two X-E1 bodies along with a good selection of XF lenses. I am not interested in the X-T1 or X-T10 simply because I do not get along with the fake SLR form-factor. They're both technically very good cameras, but I just find them uncomfortable to use compared to my X-E1. Furthermore, I do not really want an X-Pro2 for exactly the same reasons I chose the X-E1 over the X-Pro1 (see above). Otherwise the X-Pro2 looks great. I am not interested in the X-E2s either, not because it isn’t a better camera than the X-E1, but because firstly, I can’t justify changing my camera every time a new model comes out and secondly, I therefore skip updated models until a significant (i.e. not incremental) advance in technology becomes available, along with the passage of time (because of cost/depreciation etc.). The X-Pro1 model lasted four years before being replaced. Fujifilm has updated the X-E series every year, but only incrementally. Not even the X-E2s offers the advances over the X-E1 that the X-Pro2 does over the X-Pro1. Just as the X-E1’s main attraction was the more compact embodiment of X-Pro1 technology, this is surely what the X-E3 must also be. Just like the X-E1 it could also add a better EVF (such as the one from the X-T1, if it will fit) and also a fully articulating touch-screen display. I think these two are a must. Other users will no doubt have opinions about other features. For me though this would be enough. In summary, what I will pay hard-earned cash for is the significant technical advances offered by the X-Pro2 in the more compact and affordable body of an X-E camera. So, Fujifilm, please don’t make the mistake of waiting for people to buy the X-E2s because I’m afraid now that you’ve shown everyone what you can achieve with the X-Pro2, many buyers like me will simply wait for the X-E3. I would even go as far as to say that by appending the slightly updated (via firmware) X-E2 with the letter ‘s’ might have been a marketing error as it really doesn’t represent any kind of meaningful advance over the X-E2. I wasn't in the market to update my X-E1 a year after launch with the X-E2, why would I buy it now more than two years later? The X-E2s it essentially the same as the X-E2. Just as the X-E1 came out approximately nine months after the X-Pro1, I remain hopeful that an X-E3 such as I describe will be announced in Q3 of 2016. I, for one, would buy two of them! Please Fujifilm. As you have so admirably done so far, please listen to your customers…
  15. Hi all, Yesterday, I upgraded my firmware to version 4.0 on X-E2. Today, I shot these images on Low-Speed Continuous drive mode. There is an obvious distortion in one of them. What might cause it? I have shot them on RAW mode with XF35 mm f/1.4 lens attached to camera. I am suspicious if there is bug with firmware 4.0. Can anybody share their opinions? Below are the contents of XMP file I created after importing photos to LR. 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  16. Looking to buy a recent (no screw) silver Lensmate for X-E2, new or in good conditions.PayPal payment, pls PM me offerings, thanksR
  17. Hi,I'm switching away from Fuji systems, hence I'm letting all my camera and lenses go. All items are working properly in mint or like new condition.Please take a look and let me know if you're interested in any items. If you buy in combo, I'll glad to offer some discounts (10% off for 2 items, 15% off for 3 items).FYI, I am based in Reading, UK. Payment should be handled via Paypal (Gift payment preferable). Items will be properly packed & shipped via Royal Mail for mainland UK or UPS for overseas. My eBay ID is cu5ut (100% feedback).Please don't hesitate if you have any questions / comments.Cheers,Harry---------------------------Here are the items for sale:1. Fujifilm X-E2 Body: asking £280mint condition, no visible cosmetic defects, no boxes, no strap, come with Ambramhamson soft release (worth £25), 3 batteries (1 factory + 2 third-party), charger & cable2. Fuji XF35mm f1.4: asking £250excellent condition, 100% performance, come with original rear & front cap, front lens cover (not the original one)4. Fuji XC16-50mm f3.5-5.6: asking £75excellent condition, comes with original rear & front cap, lens hood Shipping Method:Royal Mail / UPSShips To:Worldwide
  18. Comes with body's box, all paperwork and CD. All in pristine condition, no scratches. Both lens caps and a body cap, spare 3rd party battery (works perfectly). Bought around a month ago but I decided I'm sticking to my GR. No box for 27mm, price includes postage, paypal only. Asking price: 430 GBP Can provide my eBay username if you want to check my feedback.
  19. enjoying the kids.. converted to bw in silverfx
  20. this was a great place to stop and get homemade jams, jellies, and juice. and florida souvenirs. just outside Lake Placid, FL
  21. ok here goes... been lurking in the background a bit..last year I purchased an XT1 and fell on it and destroyed the 18- 55 lens.. the camera survived for a short period and recently went to the big junkyard in the sky...I have an X100t which I enjoy... GAS hit.. I purchased an X-E2 w/ 18-55 and 55-200.. so far I have not destroyed it. just getting the feel of it.. However, I am pondering a prime... ?? input would be appreciated...35. 56...60(macro)????? Thanks for any advice.
  22. andymcd

    Raining

    Went for a walk earlier to enjoy the nice weather, but ended up with rain instead. I was sheltering under a railway bridge and took this: Raining by Andy McDonald, on Flickr
  23. Perfect condition 18-55 lens. Came with my X-T1 and I have used it for maybe 20 shots. TOTAL. You won't find a cleaner "used" lens. $270 obo - Paypal and shipping included to Lower 48. Lens hood and frt/rear caps included. Ebay for feedback - Volcom23 Have bought and sold numerous lenses/bodies on other forums. Buy with confidence. Thanks -Ross PM or email please. rcvaphoto@gmail.com
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